Pei Tingrui, Yang Shu, Li Zhetao, Xie Jingxiong. Detouring Matching Pursuit Algorithm in Compressed Sensing[J]. Journal of Computer Research and Development, 2014, 51(9): 2101-2107. DOI: 10.7544/issn1000-1239.2014.20131148
 Citation: Pei Tingrui, Yang Shu, Li Zhetao, Xie Jingxiong. Detouring Matching Pursuit Algorithm in Compressed Sensing[J]. Journal of Computer Research and Development, 2014, 51(9): 2101-2107. DOI: 10.7544/issn1000-1239.2014.20131148

# Detouring Matching Pursuit Algorithm in Compressed Sensing

• Detouring matching pursuit (DMP) is a greedy algorithm of reconstructive sparse signals with low computational complexity, high accuracy and low column-correlation demand for sensing matrix. The increasing and deceasing formulas of the submatrix's inner-product and the coefficient matrix in the DMP are put forward and proved. By using the inverse of submatrix's inner-product and the coefficient matrix, DMP could reduce the amount of calculation of residual error's variable quantity and obtain light computation complexity in the end. In addition, by using the method of decreasing firstly, and then increasing the element of the assumed support set one by one optimally, DMP could improve the reconstructive accuracy and broaden the range of sparsity of reconstructing the sparse signal. The analysis of algorithmic complexity shows that the algorithmic complexity of getting, deceasing and increasing the assumed support set is O(K2N), O(b(K－b)N) and O(b(K－b)N), respectively. The experiment of indirect reconstructive weighted 0-1 sparse signal shows the reconstructive accuracy of the DMP, greedy pursuit algorithm (GPA), subspace pursuit (SP), compressive sampling matching pursuit (CoSaMP) and orthogonal matching pursuit (OMP) are 99%, 65%, 0%, 0% and 13% separately for 0-1 sparse signal with M/2 sparsity. The experiments of sparse signals in which the non-zero values obey normal distribution also show the reconstruction accuracy of DMP has obvious superiority.

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